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CSPAN
Oct 8, 2012 8:00pm EDT
. >> host: what about looking at government-held spectrum as well? >> guest: that's another piece of the puzzle that i've talked about repeatedly since i got to the fcc. it's a critical to the extent -- part to the extent that the federal government by some estimates controls approximately 40 president of the entire usable electromagnetic spectrum, and i think we need to think creatively about associating the clearing in cases where it's not being used or not being used as efficiently. and to the extent that's not possible, i'm not opposed to innovative sharing strategies. >> host: do you think that there's a better solution? do you -- is there a better solution than the spectrum auctions? to get spectrum out in the marketplace? >> guest: well, as i outlined in pittsburgh, i take an all of the above approach. and so while the television broadcast spectrum is one critical part of the puzzle that, you know, could work to the benefit of consumers, it's not the only one. there are other bands that i've talked about where the commission could take action. as you know, the national broadband p
CSPAN
Oct 13, 2012 6:30pm EDT
the federal government can work cooperatively with the private sector in improving u.s. economic competitiveness in whatever ranger is. the administration has done a number of private-partnerships -- private-public partnerships. as a broad philosophical focus for what he thinks on that as a progressive agenda to help boost our economic competitiveness around the globe -- on telecom communications in particular, i am far less than -- of an expert then he is. in general, i would say the administration is much more in the regulatory, how to deal with various constituencies, of various different businesses trying to balance the different issues, the different kinds of industries, at. these administration looks on -- and i may be speaking to broadly here -- i think the administration looks more on the far reaching investments in science and innovation as their policy agenda, compared to trying to work out where telecommunications firms can invest, because they can do that pretty well on the rhone. they are quick to adapt. there are regulatory issues that define that there. >> the same
CSPAN
Oct 6, 2012 6:30pm EDT
sharing? are these concerns we should listen to as we set up the auction? >> what about the government held a spectrum? >> that is another piece of the puzzle that i have been talking about since i got to thef. -- fcc. we need to think creatively about ways of clearing and reallocating the federal spectrum in terms of where it is being used and not. i am not opposed to innovative sharing strategies. >> do you think there is a better solution? is there a better solution than the spectrum auction? >> as i outlined in pittsburgh, i have taken and all of the above approach. one critical part of the puzzle that could work to the benefit of consumer -- is not the only one. there are bands were this commission could take action. the national broadband plan two years ago created a threshold for action in terms of spectrum. freeing up 500 mhz by 2020. the mhz that are up for reallocation by 2015 are still on the table. i am consistent with my of the above approach and i believe we will take a look at all possible solutions. >> one of the other issues is lightsquare making a new proposal. >> i h
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